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Best Fitness Apps of 2015

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Here at Live Streaming Fitness, we understand the importance of being able to have fitness and nutrition at the touch of your fingertips. So, we’ve rounded up some of the best fitness apps of 2015 to keep you moving and motivated towards that New Year’s resolution.


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Best Fitness Apps of 2015

At Your Fingertips

Nowadays, there is an app for just about anything, whether you are looking for that hit song to get you pumped for your morning run or the best recipes for your post-gym session.

Here at Live Streaming Fitness, we understand the importance of being able to have fitness and nutrition at the touch of your fingertips. So, we’ve rounded up some of the best fitness apps of 2015 to keep you moving and motivated towards that New Year’s resolution.

What’s Your Favorite?

What’s Your Favorite?

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Runkeeper

RunKeeper allows users to track fitness activities such as walking, running and cycling and see detailed statistics around their pace, distance, and time.

Through their headphones, users can also advance their progress with built-in audio cues; listen and control music while working out; measure their heart rate and take pictures to share and save while engaged in an activity.

InBody

The InBodyBAND is the first fitness wearable to measure fat, muscle mass, body fat percentage, and body mass index.

Made by the worldwide professional product leader in body composition analysis InBody USA, the new wearable goes beyond tracking steps and measures change from within. Through the InBody app, users can track real time activity like steps, distance, active time, heart rate, and calories burned. Added features include automatic sleep monitoring, smart alarms, phone notifications and ranking capabilities to compete with other users.

The water-resistant device allows users to view their most up-to-date measurements on a digital screen or on the free iOS and Android compatible app.

Use What Works for You

Use What Works for You

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Fitness Buddy

Fitness Buddy offers users preset workouts and the ability to define their own workouts.

If users want to explore new exercises, they are able to browse by muscle group or target a specific muscle by tapping it on a diagram of the human body. Each exercise is explained with text and an image in a series of cards so users are able to get a quick understanding of what each workout entails.

Fitness Buddy will keep track of all workouts on a calendar view so users can see what they’ve done and what’s coming up. Users are also able to create music playlists within the app to go along with their designated workout.

Spring Moves

Developed for runners alike, Spring Running Music app allows users to run and walk easier by matching their movement to the rhythm of the music.

Users are able to improve their running performance while enjoying over 50 playlists and stations that are sorted by genre, artist and BPM. Spring users are able to access Spring’s workout coaches 7-days a week via phone or email to answer fitness questions.

Find Your Beat

Find Your Beat

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Fooducate

Recommended by doctors, dieticians and nutritionists, Fooducate is one of the best nutrition apps of 2015.

Your smart phone might be filled with all the fitness apps but what good are they if your eating habits are not to par? Fooducate allows users to get a designated nutrition letter grade from a database of over 200,000 packaged goods with just a quick scan of a bar code. From there, users are able to access nutritional values and how processed the item is. The app also allows users to lose weight with real food, track their progress and get motivated.

Achieve Your Goals

At Live Streaming Fitness, we want to make sure that we help people live and pursue their greatest life through fitness.

We know that through technology and applications such as the ones we mentioned, there are no excuses for not fitting in your daily fitness routine. Be sure to check out LiveStreamingFitness.com and learn how you can enjoy a variety of fitness classes and healthy recipes from experts for only $9.90 per month!